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#1 Posted : Tuesday, October 7, 2008 9:05:18 PM(UTC)
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Hello

A few months ago I got out and I want to do some trekking abroad haven't decided what but the JMT FILMS DISTRIBUTION in California, the WCT in Canada and New Zealand Great Walks at most major bookshops in very visible.

My problem is. It's hard to find a good light and land at a reasonable price and there are so many options it's paralyzing.

I read a lot about equipment olterliit and I have a feeling that greatly understood the principle. "but I still have quite a bit of doubt about all sorts of items. I am new to long treks and would love if you could contribute your experience. For equipment items themselves and where to get them, if at all possible or worthwhile.

Forming equipment list:

:
GoLite Pinnacle very common and recommended. The real olterliits Jam2 GoLite. I think you just better the Pinnacle.
A mile Down, Mummy, minus 7, below.
Inflatable mattress Big Agnes ClearView, 3/4 size, the smallest version of the Mummy.
Tarptent tent or tent Free standing with GoLite's floor. I'm still not really into stretch Tharp.

Smaller:
Garbage bags and sandwich bags (not a ZipLoc), a small towel, bandana, maps, book pages, watch, sunglasses and eyeglasses box, small book, pen, lighter,
Two or three DrySacs to sack, clothes and other other things that it is important that you stay dry. The rest can get wet. Should not pod cover. If there won't be money-trash bags instead.
LED flashlight just cheap little hand (so not photon light on us). Flashlight head heavy, expensive and unnecessary.

Trowel-initially, but apparently have convinced about it as Greece seems everyone has that one Orange (two dollars, 45 grams).

Umbrella – two approaches: one that says an extra umbrella and ridiculous to go with her. The second says that allows to use the umbrella to save storm and clothing can be used when you open maps (not niilano them) or they fire or shmbshlim. I tend not to add it to the list. What is your opinion?

Walking sticks-two approaches: one saying they are unnecessary and ridiculous to go with them ("looking for where to go skiing?"), they aren't that great help, they chew perforated the surroundings they grab, they more weight and hands to work, they make walk unnatural and of course a couple of easy well expensive. The second approach says they are the best invention since GoreTex, they allow to do longer distances faster and maintain, they are easy on the knees and back, and of course, every serious traveller going with them. I tend to omit the sticks from the list if only because of the excessive cost of telescopic couple makes.

Water and cooking:
Plastic water bottle 3/4 of a gallon, or 1.5 3 liter Platypus's locker, AquaMira drops, alcohol bottle with a cork, Spritzer, a bowl, a cup of light and rigid plastic, plastic containers are easy to dry food

In North America, bears BearVault. I realized that you can rent. Hang your food is no longer an option in California as Greece that bears have learned how to get the sacks, independent fabric. Riinger in iosimit: "there is a big overlap in intelligence of the smartest bears and the intelligence of fools."

Trangia Mini 28 (The Kit)-here the debate usually is in naziya, a hotplate or questions. A hotplate and a good nsiia all sorts of extreme cases like heights and temperatures. In my opinion, a great take on ality They never do that, easy and fast to operate (although it takes longer to cook), clean and quiet flame and alcohol is a lot easier and safer to carry (as long as you don't take fuel for a long time). I realized that the main problem is to get alcohol from outside North America. What New Zealand and Europe

Hygiene and other fluids: toilet paper, wet wipes, toothbrush, toothpaste, SOAP, little of Dr. Bronner, an alcoholic disinfectant gel, lip moisturizer, sunscreen, Deet, small comb, disposable razors, deodorant

This category people really falling off the Rails. Read the toilet paper squares, others writers who dryers wipes and toothpaste or dental flosser with SOAP Bronner.
I read people the Lumbermen, toothbrush and hair ripping holes just to lose weight. For less than $ 3 they look less crazy. But only a little.

Emergency first aid פק"ל and renovations: AMK survival kit, first aid kit of AMK, Swiss army knife (including tweezers and numbers to complete first aid kit), 15 m nylon string in string thickness, handcuffs, imodium.

AMK's are estimates, and perfection. They are sold at reasonable prices. In the first set there except plastic also everything you need to set ipzurim and sewing. What I especially like about these schemes is not to find and collect all the little features easy to assemble Kit. I am willing to pay for convenience.

Miscellaneous: small digital camera and cell phone, money, airline tickets, credit card, passport, driving license, condoms

Money belt is needed?

Shoes:
Main trail shoes-raners, probably of new balance. Another recommended brand Inov-8, but there's no way to find them. I think that contznsos will no longer Boots are recommended for almost any course except for snowy treks. Someone who did know the WCT if Traill raners-forced choice is on track?

Crocs flip flops or sandals if camp has many waterways.

Clothing:
This is the category that causes the most pain: the many options and combinations, prices are high, if not taking a particular item the trip can become very unpleasant or even dangerous, whereas if you take "just in case" finish with heavy backpack filled with expensive equipment. My conclusion that the attire can make or break a trip.

Hat, fleece hat, gloves or disposable latex gloves
A word for need? DEET.
I figured I should giiters in unnecessary WCT elsewhere. Do?
Underwear, socks, 3 3 2 liners
2 t-shirts, sweat 1 thermal long ndefot. There is a difference between a thermal sweat mandpt Here in the Forum I think I saw that there was a difference, but everywhere else I noticed a difference.
Short pants. Should bathing suit instead? Long pants
Fleece shirt, fleece pants (knickers)?
Storm pants or jeans Montbell's spirit or the GoLite Reed or cheap option Equinox Full Moon Chaps
Storm jacket or poncho easy Ultralight Golite Poncho. Some worthwhile?

Should instead of Felice and storm jacket to go on SoftShell jacket breathes like the Outdoor Research Mithril I saw selling places on Earth?

Clearly no clothing made of cotton but only synthetic (or wool Merino that is expensive, and not always pleasant for everyone), but which specific brands? What to watch? What to check for? Some brands or fabrics absorb smell. Where are the prices? Clothes topic is most unclear. A bit mean really help me and save a lot of frustration and money.
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#2 Posted : Tuesday, October 7, 2008 10:17:12 PM(UTC)
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First, read the list on the Forum we laboriously equipment that will give you a better impression about your questions:"my problem is. It's hard to find a good light and land at a reasonable price and there are so many options it's paralyzing. "A lot of equipment you can buy online, or you can wait for chshthesa to land where you go where you buy your equipment, saddle up time and place to buy.
About Backpack-small size forces you to go only with lightweight gear and of course depends on where you're going-if cold weather hot forging equipment will mean and so lightweight backpack weight not relevant at all about that-a good choice although you are ready to make lightweight.-costs more and again depends what. There are lots on the market and all will give you what you keep. :
GoLite Pinnacle very common and recommended. The real olterliits Jam2 GoLite. I think you just better the Pinnacle.
A mile Down, Mummy, minus 7, below.
Inflatable mattress Big Agnes ClearView, 3/4 size, the smallest version of the Mummy. About 3/4 mat, the problem is what you put under your feet at night in boiler suits, I think cut, just save a few ounces, bought a mattress.  Those who bought the backpack which is uncomfortable.
Tarptent tent or tent Free standing with GoLite's floor. I'm still not really into stretch Tharp. Great terptant.
Smaller:
Garbage bags from moresandwich bags (not a ZipLoc),extra small towel, bandana, maps, book pages, watch, sunglasses and glasses box box is unnecessary, a small book, pen, cards are better, lighter
Two or three DrySacs to sack, clothes and other other things that it is important that you stay dry. The rest can get wet. Certainly not – wet bag is going to be heavy, dirty and smells like mold, take a few grams total coverage. Should not pod cover. If there won't be money-trash bags instead.
LED flashlight just cheap little hand (so not photon light on us). Flashlight head heavy, expensive and unnecessary.

Trowel- why at first, but seems to have convinced him that Greece value seems like everybody has one such Orange (two dollars, 45 grams).

Umbrella – two approaches: one that says an extra umbrella and ridiculous to goright take above storm. The second says that allows to use the umbrella to save storm and clothing can be used when you open maps (not niilano them) or they fire or shmbshlim. I tend not to add it to the list. What is your opinion?

Walking sticks-two approaches: one saying they are unnecessary and ridiculous to go with them ("looking for where to go skiing?"), they aren't that great help, they chew perforated the surroundings they grab, they more weight and hands to work, they make walk unnatural and of course a couple of easy well expensive. The second approach says they are the best invention since GoreTex, they allow to do longer distances faster and maintain, they are easy on the knees and back, and of course, every serious traveller going with them. I tend to omit the sticks from the list if only because of the excessive cost of telescopic couple makes. Rods Important about the price-good budget for emergency use-particularly muddy, unpredictable, Rick unexpectedly, water, a tent, to help a friend, protect against bears, hanging laundry, downs and ups and more.

Water and cooking:
Plastic water bottle 3/4 of a gallon, or 1.5 3 liter Platypus's locker, AquaMira drops, alcohol bottle with Cork a Spritzer ?, spoon, Bowl, glass plastics, rigid and easy plastic containers are easy to dry food, buy in a bag

In North America, bears BearVault. Not everywhere need, wherever you need related to wood, high and far from the trunk, not the bears know Hebrew. I realized that you can rent. Hang your food is no longer an option in California as Greece that bears have learned how to get the sacks, independent fabric. Riinger in iosimit: "there is a big overlap in intelligence of the smartest bears and the intelligence of fools."

Trangia Mini 28 (The Kit)-here the debate usually is in naziya, a hotplate or questions. A hotplate and a good nsiia all sorts of extreme cases like heights and temperatures. In my opinion, a great take on ality They never do that, easy and fast to operate (although it takes longer to cook), clean and quiet flame and alcohol is a lot easier and safer to carry (as long as you don't take fuel for a long time). I realized that the main problem is to get alcohol from outside North America. What New Zealand and Europe In Europe it is forbidden to use in parks in New Zealand don't know.

Hygiene and other fluids: toilet paper, wet wipes,extra toothbrush, toothpaste, SOAP, little of Dr. Bronner, disinfecting alcohol gel is the most personal Nikon, lip moisturizer, sunscreen, Deet, small comb, disposable razors, deodorant? dance ?

This category people really falling off the Rails. Read the toilet paper squares, others writers who dryers wipes and toothpaste or dental flosser with SOAP Bronner.
I read people the Lumbermen, toothbrush and hair ripping holes just to lose weight. For less than $ 3 they look less crazy. But only a little.

Emergency first aid פק"ל and renovations: AMK survival kit, first aid kit of AMK, Swiss army knife (including tweezers and numbers to complete first aid kit), 15 m nylon string in string thickness is too thin, kick your hands and caught between the branches, plastic what, imodium.

AMK's are estimates, and perfection. They are sold at reasonable prices. In the first set there except plastic also everything you need to set ipzurim and sewing. What I especially like about these schemes is not to find and collect all the little features easy to assemble Kit. I am willing to pay for convenience. Some weigh?

Miscellaneous: small digital camera and cell phone, money, airline tickets, credit card, passport, driving license, condoms for the bears?

Money belt is needed? לא

Shoes:
Main trail shoes-raners, probably of new balance. Another recommended brand Inov-8, but there's no way to find them. I think that contznsos will no longer Boots are recommended for almost any course except for snowy treks. Someone who did know the WCT if Traill raners-forced choice is on track? I've never heard of this consensus, all some Bill tloyo, weight, weight and much data, search engine, wrote.

Crocs flip flops or sandals if camp has many waterways.

Clothing:
This is the category that causes the most pain: the many options and combinations, prices are high, if not taking a particular item the trip can become very unpleasant or even dangerous, whereas if you take "just in case" finish with heavy backpack filled with expensive equipment. My conclusion that the attire can make or break a trip.

Hat, fleece hat, gloves or disposable latex gloves , more
A word for need? Depending on which Bill and what season you choose to go.  DEET.
I figured I should giiters in unnecessary WCT elsewhere. Do? You should always against nettles, mud, snow, rain, dust, mites, etc.
Underwear, socks, 3 3 2 liners
2 t-shirts ndefot sweat once is enough, 1 thermal long. There is a difference between a thermal sweat mandpt Thermal insulation for the night here in the Forum I think I saw that there was a difference, but everywhere else I noticed a difference.
Short pants. Should bathing suit instead? No long pants
Fleece shirt, fleece pants (knickers)?
Storm pants or jeans Montbell's spirit or the GoLite Reed or cheap option Equinox Full Moon Chaps
Storm jacket or poncho easy Ultralight Golite Poncho. Some worthwhile? And poncho jacket to make you sail in the wind, and caught every large industry

Should instead of Felice and storm jacket to go on SoftShell jacket breathes like the Outdoor Research Mithril I saw selling places on Earth? How much does it cost and how much it weighs?

Clearly no clothing made of cotton but only synthetic (or wool Merino that is expensive, and not always pleasant for everyone), but which specific brands? It's best to be careful? What is the cheapest to check about clothes? You will be comfortable and not fall shtarza you what brands or fabrics absorb smell. There is no such problem? where the prices? Clothes topic is most unclear. A bit mean really help me and save a lot of frustration and money.

Most importantly – you decide where you're going, every place is different every time. It's not Trek by foot, Turk says to go and stay in town as a tourist to go means go to far to go in alone, period.

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#3 Posted : Tuesday, October 7, 2008 11:59:38 PM(UTC)
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Ma, thanks for the comments.

Of course not missed the excellent list of Forum and bothered to read some of the messages before I put on my list.

Forum list did not contain specific names of brands, that's what I'm looking for. What I did was take a lot of notes and information from many different sites I've read and tried to compose the list. Needless to say I ran all previous list was different and not everyone agrees on anything legitimate, but also confusing without experienced and therefore asked.

Two sets of AMK weighing 190 grams together. The Mithril weighs 600 grams, cost $ 200.

Mentioned walking sticks are cheap. Which brand/model?

Realized a funkier head band-Israel and thermal sweat is a night, but what's the difference between the fabrics? I think both are the same, no?

The smell, meet other travellers, travelling with them, sitting with them. Maybe I'm still not at the top, but it still seems like a problem.
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#4 Posted : Wednesday, October 8, 2008 12:43:09 AM(UTC)
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Shops in the country has a good and expensive brands, I don't want to do a commercial, usually the price quality.

About rods, just bought a ricochet those medium-priced and rods are usually for a few years and if you scratched on trails so surely need them in the future, so don't save.

Full fabric thinner and airy.

About-whoever cares wash reduce after walking, even pass a wet towel it enough to change my shirt in the evening will also help.

Regarding the above-not especially cold went with plain plastic storm jacket, walking you sweat beneath Gore-Tex jacket.

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#5 Posted : Wednesday, October 8, 2008 3:51:25 PM(UTC)
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About umbrella-imagine yourself walking in from the cold, wind and rain. I don't think this is the first umbrella that will cost you, nor to stop and cook.

Walking sticks-first approach is known as "the", and other more known as the conventional ". It's a function of the track you're planning to go, whether it's the Champs-Elysees, or for that matter, the family tour, so no need. Any other course, with significant weight on their backs and loafers (it looks like your direction), then it is recommended.

Hiking-trail-raners, for Traill raners. The point is that they have no weight. Whoever comes running and weight on their backs, could also go with keen sandals or something similar.

-Equipment I'd give poncho and going with storm pants + jacket light storm. Soft warm fleece-not like cheaper, rather than isolated from water as storm coat significantly cheaper. I guess the soft coats of very expensive also provide better insulation and warmth, but they are very expensive.

-Rain cover. Not to give up.

Other clothing-so what significance a funkier head band-Israel to ... As long as you don't buy at the flea market. I never encountered the various equipment networks in bad shirts. The differences are small, and must not suffer from mammary shpshfot either one about hiking pants, very important what you buy, go for quality products from synthetic material (not plastic), but also flexible enough, you won't be stuck with too little pockets (also important), and those that fall apart.

Bathing-simple underwear can be a great swimsuit.
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#6 Posted : Wednesday, October 8, 2008 8:43:00 PM(UTC)
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And here's my list of arrogant tips:

:
GoLite Pinnacle very common and recommended. The real olterliits Jam2 GoLite. I think you just better the Pinnacle. I really enjoyed amriposa now plus of Gossamer.
A mile Down, Mummy, minus 7, below.
Inflatable mattress Big Agnes ClearView, 3/4 size, the smallest version of the Mummy. Also Peru-Lite 3 3.4 of spirit thermometers-Hurst also recommended k-rust well, although it doesn't swells (peaks as Ms. to Mariposa), 3/4 is sufficient in my opinion.
Tarptent tent or tent Free standing with GoLite's floor. I'm still not really into stretch Tharp. Take both-rainbow of tarptent weighs 1 pound and is free-standing using walking sticks.

Smaller:
Garbage bags and sandwich bags (not a ZipLoc), a small towel, bandana, maps, book pages, watch, sunglasses and glasses box instead of the box-vagina , small book, pen, lighter,
Two or three DrySacs to bag enough two-one for food and one for the bag of clothes I put on his shrink bag and put in the trash bag, clothes and other things that other important dry. The rest can get wet. Should not pod cover. Mariposa is made of waterproof fabric just need to seal the seams I haven't checked under rain stated, with a garbage bag for backup around the bag, I think it should. If there won't be money-trash bags instead.
LED flashlight just cheap little hand (so not photon light on us). Flashlight head heavy, expensive and unnecessary. Tsipch weighs 65 grams, and is great for flashlight

Trowel-initially, but apparently have convinced him that Greece value seems like everybody has this Orange one (two dollars, 45 grams).

Umbrella – two approaches: one that says an extra umbrella and ridiculous to go with her. The second says that allows to use the umbrella to save storm and clothing can be used when you open maps (not niilano them) or they fire or shmbshlim. I tend not to add it to the list. What is your opinion? I don't think we need an umbrella if rain, kept in the tent and go to bed hungry in the event there is no shelter.

Walking sticks-two approaches: one saying they are unnecessary and ridiculous to go with them ("looking for where to go skiing?"), they aren't that great help, they chew perforated the surroundings they grab, they more weight and hands to work, they make walk unnatural and of course a couple of easy well expensive. The second approach says they are the best invention since GoreTex, they allow to do longer distances faster and maintain, they are easy on the knees and back, and of course, every serious traveller going with them. I tend to omit the sticks from the list if only because of the excessive cost of telescopic couple makes. Worth its weight in gold price and I love the sticks are too tent.

Water and cooking:
Plastic water bottle 3/4 of a gallon, or 1.5 3 liter Platypus's locker. I also setup a gallon of Platypus stopped to bring ... the other hand thing '-consider the drink sold "ב"לכל just a straw and a set of caps that fit all standard bottles saves trouble if some tachorert bag worth checking out if you fit the bottles abroad, AquaMira drops, alcohol bottle with a cork, Spritzer, a bowl, a cup of light and rigid plastic, plastic containers are easy to dry food bowl or Cupshould not , And plastic containers. Dry food can be stored in a bag where he came from, or in zip-LOC (I do love these bags), and eat straight from the can.

In North America, bears BearVault. I realized that you can rent. Hang your food is no longer an option in California as Greece that bears have learned how to get the sacks, independent fabric. Riinger in iosimit: "there is a big overlap in intelligence of the smartest bears and the intelligence of fools."

Trangia mini 28 (the Kit)-here the debate usually is in naziya, a hotplate or questions. A hotplate and a good nsiia all sorts of extreme cases like heights and temperatures. In my opinion, a great take on ality They never do that, easy and fast to operate (although it takes longer to cook), clean and quiet flame and alcohol is a lot easier and safer to carry (as long as you don't take fuel for a long time). I realized that the main problem is to get alcohol from outside North America. What New Zealand and Europe When taking questions but consider making only if you need links and/or tips I'd love to have some also provide a ready-made ality, if you want to check or take terngy she is a good friend, but I don't think you need the whole set enough most minimal set, containing and chalia each covers everything else just taxing.

Hygiene and other fluids: toilet paper, wet wipes, toothbrush, toothpaste, SOAP, little of Dr. Bronner, disinfecting alcohol gelis very convenient, in my opinion, better to clean your hands after the toilet, lip moisturizer, sunscreen, Deeton wholesale and import to Israel, small comb, razor, deodorant disposablerazor. exploring a lot easier that way and use deodorant. most people you meet on the road just like stink And even if they do use deodorant, they still smell like after a shower. Just more weight in my opinion.

This category people really falling off the Rails. Read the toilet paper squares, others writers who dryers wipes and toothpaste or dental flosser with SOAP Bronner.
I read people the Lumbermen, toothbrush and hair ripping holes just to lose weight. For less than $ 3 they look less crazy. But only a little. Toilet paper is the most important thing out there I filled up my stock at every opportunity while. toothbrush – cut in half for the hell of it, but it is already just enthusiasm, I never said it wasn't exciting me.

Emergency first aid פק"ל and renovations: AMK survival kit, first aid kit, Pocket knife Swiss AMK (including tweezers and numbers to complete first aid kit), 15 m nylon string in string thickness, handcuffs, imodium. On the line was giving, and handcuffs if you encounter something that must have must have immediate harms now pushing another friend doesn't know what's going to happen-just wait a couple of days to some and figure out something.

AMK's are estimates, and perfection. They are sold at reasonable prices. In the first set there except plastic also everything you need to set ipzurim and sewing. What I especially like about these schemes is not to find and collect all the little features easy to assemble Kit. I am willing to pay for convenience.

Miscellaneous: small digital camera and cell phone, money, airline tickets, credit card, passport, driving license, condoms

Money belt is needed? I put all the equipment inside ZIP-one that would be convenient snooping in my bag on the path that's pretty safe, but don't blame me if it eventually goes away.

Shoes:
Main trail shoes-raners, probably of new balance. Another recommended brand Inov-8, but there's no way to find them. I think that contznsos will no longer Boots are recommended for almost any course except for snowy treks. Someone who did know the WCT if Traill raners-forced choice is on track? Assuming you're doing the lightweight, trail-raners backs are very comfortable now done 300 + miles from Dan to B'nai B'rith cave on a pair of new balance 607, and then from there to the snapper (I think around 100 km) with 608 news I had no problems and very comfortable nelis.

Crocs flip flops or sandals if camp has many waterways. I was hooked on the Crocs and forgotten them at home before I went that I bought a pair of opposites for now at 40 shekels (until my friend give me the crocs) and fell in love-they were more easily, much less acrocs (Crocs don't flat ...) and do the job — something under the feet at night in camp, but it's also good Crookes

Clothing:
This is the category that causes the most pain: the many options and combinations, prices are high, if not taking a particular item the trip can become very unpleasant or even dangerous, whereas if you take "just in case" finish with heavy backpack filled with expensive equipment. My conclusion that the attire can make or break a trip.

Hat, fleece hat, gloves or disposable latex gloves
A word for need? DEET. I get along with a lot of Appalachia dit dit got a last week, and that was fine, but not mandatory.
I figured I should giiters in unnecessary WCT elsewhere. Do? Had in Appalachia, get some rest.
Underwear, socks, 3 3 2 liners
2 t-shirts, sweat 1 thermal long ndefot. There is a difference between a thermal sweat mandpt Here in the Forum I think I saw that there was a difference, but everywhere else I noticed a difference. Don't know the difference, but it makes sense to me 2 t-shirts it is mostly important for day and night if you plan to wear only long evening thermal/night so you don't need two shirts from ndefot for the day, wearing the same shirt every day + pants, and carrying only a little something on the side to wear while doing the first couple washing or rinsing.
Short pants. Should bathing suit instead? Long pantspants. Colombia's mtczerot I'm sure other companies more or less known work are very easy, and I'm too long in hot weather to burn in my legs and it's comfortable and (relatively) nice not need a bathing suit to go with the boksers
Fleece shirt, fleece pants (knickers)? Depending on what kind of weather you are planning to travel if it is cold at night, so it is highly recommended on the other hand-if you take fleece pants, you don't have a pair of pants.
Storm pants or jeans Montbell's spirit or the GoLite Reed or cheap option Equinox Full Moon Chaps
Storm jacket or poncho Golite Poncho-Ultralight. Some worthwhile?
For sportswear storm had set of marmot. I love this jacket and I just bought a new same model. Pants may give up, because either way you get wet. The question is how much rain you expect, and have places to dry afterwards.
Should instead of Felice and storm jacket to go on SoftShell jacket breathes like the Outdoor Research Mithril I saw selling places on Earth?

Clearly no clothing made of cotton but only synthetic (or wool Merino that is expensive, and not always pleasant for everyone), but which specific brands? What to watch? What to check for? Some brands or fabrics absorb smell. The scent doesn't really matter. Where are the prices? Clothes topic is most unclear. A bit mean really help me and save a lot of frustration and money. I just got infected in Colombia, no reason to have two pairs of pants, and a shirt and funkier head band-Israel'm very pleased as I wrote earlier, I'm sure other companies are making good products that will be easy and good, and it protects from sun radiation.
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#7 Posted : Friday, October 10, 2008 12:50:36 PM(UTC)
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Again, thanks for the tips. I took my attention.
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